Union Democrat staff

The drive through Day-O Espresso and Smoothies in downtown Sonora will donate 100 percent of its sales from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday to the proposed Big Dreams Playground in Tuolumne.

Owner Tony Benites III said the downtown Sonora hut usually donates its profits every Sunday to various charities.

"We are a community company, and we try to give back as much as we can," Benites said. "I think it's a great thing. I don't have kids with disabilities like this, but it's something I understand. Sometimes you gotta reach out and help people."

The Big Dreams Foundation, started by Soulsbyville's Sarah Garcia, is raising money to build a playground that will be wheelchair accessible and have a flat surface that children and adults with disabilities will have an easy time walking on. The park will be built next to the Tuolumne Veterans Memorial Hall.

For more information, go online to www.bigdreamsplaygrounds.com or join the Facebook Group at www.facebook.com/groups/BigDreamsPlaygrounds.